Last week I mentioned to you that I made a visit to the Peacock Home showroom at the Decoration and Design building in NYC. As you might expect, the space is a scrumptious delight. It’s far more impressive than I could have ever imagined. I happened into their space after 5 o’clock -when they were entertaining other showrooms from the building- so appetizers were being served and the wine was flowing for the cocktail party. As I mentioned last week, I was lucky enough to cross paths with Christopher Peacock himself!I made one quick whirl through the showroom and met Senior Peacock Home Designer, Dionne Trifiro. It’s funny, this was one of those IRL (in real life) meetings that always blows my mind a little. You see, Dionne and I have “known” one another on Twitter for years. Needless to say, after a squeal and a hug it was like we’d never skipped a beat. We clicked immediately. Dionne knew what I was looking for having become familiar with my aesthetic over the years of tweets and blog posts.We grabbed a glass of white wine, and then we revisited each space that Christopher created for a more detailed look. One thing that is overly apparent in the showroom – there are no happy accidents at Peacock Home. Each design element is carefully thought out down to the finest detail. This beautifully edited video gives you a better idea of what this ‘Made in America’ brand is about.Because our new apartment features a dark, itty-bitty kitchen, I could totally see a contemporary, simple range hood and open shelves like you see above in that space. I know, I know – I have waxed on about how much I do not like open shelves, but I think if and when we get this apartment you’ll see how TINY the kitchen is and understand why I might be open to this idea. And below? Omgosh, don’t even get me started! I adore the antiqued mirror backsplash. I think I mentioned earlier to you that I wanted a buffet/bar in the dining area, right? I was also totally taken with the all of the cabinetry hardware that that Christopher designs and has fabricated for his cabinets. There are multiple finishes. Copper, brass, satin nickel, and chrome to name a few. Many of the designs include leather inserts that can be customized to your color palette. As a matter of fact, I heard these brass coat hooks featured in the dressing area at the showroom calling my name. “ABCD!!!” Can’t you just see a row of them dotting the wall on the right as you enter our new City Apartment? I know that I can!All the images (except the dressing room image featuring the brass hook and the detail shot of the range hood with open shelves) belong to Peacock Home.